Autumn Music Series
Thursdays in October and November
* Beautiful music in the heart of the City
* Folk, jazz and pop inspired performances
* Perfect acoustics in a beautiful building
* Tickets £10 (£5 students/concessions)
* Refreshments available
St Stephen Walbrook warmly invite you to our Autumn Music Series running on Thursdays at 7pm from October – November. Join us after work to unwind by listening to some of the finest up and coming jazz, folk and pop inspired musicians! Tickets on sale now (£10/£5 students) at this link. Artist bio’s and clips below.
Caskie Trio – Thursday 13th October from 7pm
Lucy Feat Jay Verma – Thursday 20th October from 7pm
Immy Churchill – Thursday 27th October from 7pm
Poppy Prescott – Thursday 17th November from 7pm
Eliza Oakes – Thursday 24th November from 7pm
About The Caskie Trio – Thursday 13th October 2022 from 7pm
Caskie Trio is an all-women, all-singing and all-playing trio (Maya Caskie on piano, Nicole Petrus Barracks on violin and Evie Coplan on cello) from London performing their original songwriter music. Their sound-world is inspired by the works of Ichiko Aoba and I’m With Her, but also draws on their respective studies in classical and jazz performance, and contemporary composition. They have brought their intimately personal sound, glockenspiels and all, to prestigious venues across London including Pizza Express Live Soho and Holborn, and The Green Note.
Lucy Feat. Jay Verma – Thursday 20th October 2022 from 7pm
Writing music that The Line Of Best Fit describes as ‘completely unique’, Lucy Hayes combines folk songwriting and electronic music in a way that must be heard to be felt.
Eccentric sound worlds contrast moments of sombre intimacy. Soon to release an EP under Symphonic, her capable self-production is homage to her work as producer and editor for PlayStation game music. As she puts it: ‘if Kate Bush was Gen-Z and had a cracked copy of Ableton Live’.
Immy Churchill – Thursday 27th October 2022 from 7pm
Immy Churchill and Matt Carter have been playing together for nearly two years after they met during their studies at The Royal Academy of Music. They began exploring the acoustic sound world of the singer-songwriter and have been performing together ever since.
Growing up in a musical household, Immy has been inspired by the likes of Joni Mitchell, James Taylor and Nick Drake and has developed her own writing style as a result. This afternoon of music will be Immy’s original songs presented in an acoustic piano, guitar, vocal setting: look forward to a relaxed and intimate afternoon of Immy’s singer-songwriter repertoire.
Poppy Prescott – Thursday 17th November 2022 from 7pm
Hastings singer-songwriter Poppy Prescott draws any crowd to silence with her soft soulful vocals and folk-style storytelling. Her deeply personal stories stray away from romantic love and explore the beautifully ordinary parts of life and growing up in a deprived town. Poppy’s post Me Too reflections of being a young woman in the music industry add a new dimension to the scene. Having spent years writing and singing with indie and RnB bands such as Someone/Anyone & Folded Like Fabric, she’s got raw vocal talent that surpasses genre and goes straight to the heart. Through sets at WOMAD festival & Fat Tuesday and support slots for Keane & Barbara Dickson, Poppy has earned her voice and crafted her performance to draw you in and bounce off of you. This combined with her folk guitar influenced by Joni Mitchell’s tunings and her electronic accompaniments influenced by her favourite band Radiohead make her one to jump on the journey with now.
Eliza Oakes – Thursday 24th November 2022 from 7pm
Born and bred south Londoner Eliza Oakes is a vocalist, songwriter and arranger armed with her independently self released, produced, written and arranged EP ‘An Intuition’ released in 2021. Combining a wide range of influences along with the eclectic sounds of the city she grew up in, she delivers her own sound with grit, soul and authenticity. Now supported by PRS’ Women Make Music Fund 2021, truth and originality are at the forefront in her continued exploration of the voice and sonic identity.